Hey! We've got some exciting news! For the first time ever, you’ll be able to sell officially licensed fan art on TeePublic.
We’re creating amazing opportunities for fan artists on TeePublic to connect with brands you love, create officially licensed work and gain more recognition for your creativity. And we’re going to be working with some incredibly exciting partners who are blown away by your skills and love what you do.
Here’s everything you need to know about our Fan Art Program.
How It Works
- Brand Partnerships
Here’s where you’ll find information on current partnerships. We’ll be adding more to this list soon!
- Check Guidelines
Each brand has a set of do's and don'ts for getting your work officially approved. Make sure you’re familiar with these before working on your designs.
- Tag Your Work
Once your design is ready, upload it on TeePublic and tag it properly (you can find the correct tags to use at the top of the individual guidelines). You can find the right tags on each guidelines page.
- Watch Your Inbox
Your work will be reviewed. Once the review is complete, we’ll send an email to let you know if it’s been approved or if the partner has decided to pass.
Important Things to Know
It’s super important that our new Fan Art Program has artist’s interests at its heart. We’re working our socks off to establish balanced partnerships, where both the rightsholders and artists benefit equally. And we’re making an effort to work with brands who truly support this approach.
Limited to TeePublic: This license covers the sale of your artwork on the TeePublic marketplace only. If you sell it anywhere else, depending on the guidelines, your artwork could be denied from the program, and in some rare cases- your account could be suspended.
Your Artist Earnings: There are no changes to your artist earnings. You'll still be paid in full, the same as if it had not been fan art or licensed.
Making Edits to Your Work: Changing your uploaded work in any way may reset the licensing review process, and your artwork may be suspended for review again. This includes making changes to tags, the title of the work, and/or the work description.